"[T]he warning to be 'fair and balanced' completely ignored the highly subjective and politicized implication of the phrase 'fair and balanced' – am I expected to waste time 'teaching' Holocaust denial?”
An outspoken conservative professor at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington was denied a promotion in 2006. A court has now ruled that the university was retaliating against him for his views.
No passing grade? At Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), that’s no problem.
Other topics include "nationality privilege" and "intersectionality."
Freshmen at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater got an earful Tuesday morning.
A University of South Carolina textbook has one student whistleblower outraged over its accusations that President Ronald Reagan was sexist and conservatives view people as incapable of “charity” and "lazy."
Minimum wage and progressive politics in the name of Jesus Christ according to this Maryland Democrat.
National Security Agency (NSA) leaker Edward Snowden earned a salary of just over $29k in his first job as a security guard at a covert government facility at the University of Maryland (UMD) near Washington D.C., Campus Reform has learned.
School administrators at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) are systematically raising the final grades of African-American students, three ex-faculty members told Campus Reform last month.
The University of Colorado (CU) prediction renowned for perfect accuracy will predict a popular-vote win for Mitt Romney later this month, Campus Reform has learned.
The poll has accurately predicted every presidential election since it was developed in 1980. It is unique in that it employs factors outside of state economic indicators to predict the next president.
CU Political Science Professor Dr. Michael Berry, who spoke with Campus Reform at length on Tuesday, said there is at least 77 percent chance that Romney will win the popular vote.
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UPDATE: 5/29/2012 3:15 PM EST
An exclusive interview with Jennifer Braly by Campus Reform will be posted shortly.
UPDATE 3:30 PM EST: Recently obtained university documents, shows that Braly also complained about "housing" issues and his ability to partake in a "pom squad tryout." The documents reveal that the university changed policy to accommodate him.
A letter from the Department of Justice (DOJ) caused the University of Arkansas at Ft. Smith (UAFS) early this month to reverse policy and allow a 38-year old anatomically male-student permanent use of women's bathrooms on campus despite opposition from female students.
The university made the reversal on "advice of counsel" after receiving a letter the DOJ sent in response to a complaint that a single, self proclaimed "transgender" student filed with the DOJ's Civil Rights Division.
"Because of the stance we took, the individual filed a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights in the Department of Justice," Mark Horn who is the vice president of university relations explained in an interview with Campus Reform on Tuesday.